"All My Children" Best Soap Opera EVER!!
APRIL 29TH SO EXCITED!!!!!! :D

SO EXCITED THAT ALL MY CHILDREN IS RETURNING ON APRIL 29TH ON HULU AND ITUNES!!! 

soapshippers:

It makes me sad to think how happy they once were.  :(

soapshippers:

It makes me sad to think how happy they once were.  :(

The Great and The Least
The Rich and The Poor
The Weak and The Strong
In Sickness and in Health
In Joy and in Sorrow
In Tragedy and Triumph
You are All My Children

All My Children (via itsnicetohavemetyou)

I miss this show so much!!!! :(

cardenio:

Bianca & Marissa - All My Children

fuckyeahsoapdivas:

AMC boys together again.

fuckyeahsoapdivas:

AMC boys together again.

jetgirl78:

Despite being rushed and having narrative plot holes the size of New York City potholes, this storyline still managed to make me smile like a fool while humming Paul McCartney’s “Silly Love Songs,” mostly because actresses Christina Bennett Lind and Sarah Glendening have managed to make a tasty meal out of virtually nothing. Seriously, these two somehow managed to create a riveting storyline just by sheer force of will and their amazing, wonderfully sweet chemistry. This storyline is so sweet I am considering sending them my dental bill for all the cavities.

I’m going to miss these two goofy faces on my TV screen every day. Look at these two lovely, stupid faces and their ridiculous ability to make me giggle like a lovesick schoolgirl with crush.

mammothluv:

“Michael and I were talking about this. There is nowhere else in our lives where we have this experience of true love that has lasted over our entire lives. And in the world we live today, not many people have that with their partners.  Not many people have that anymore with one person. Whether Tad and Dixie have fallen apart or cheated on one another, certainly, there is something about them that they just love about each other and they know each other and they are family. That has great value; having that one person who has always fought for you and stood by you and wanted for you. I am getting emotional just talking about it. Michael and I because of our friendship have some of that, but it really blossoms on-camera. It is this fantasy world we get to go to and it’s this very precious thing that is available to find in real life, but very hard to find.”-Cady McClain on Tad and Dixie 

mammothluv:

“Michael and I were talking about this. There is nowhere else in our lives where we have this experience of true love that has lasted over our entire lives. And in the world we live today, not many people have that with their partners.  Not many people have that anymore with one person. Whether Tad and Dixie have fallen apart or cheated on one another, certainly, there is something about them that they just love about each other and they know each other and they are family. That has great value; having that one person who has always fought for you and stood by you and wanted for you. I am getting emotional just talking about it. Michael and I because of our friendship have some of that, but it really blossoms on-camera. It is this fantasy world we get to go to and it’s this very precious thing that is available to find in real life, but very hard to find.”
-Cady McClain on Tad and Dixie 

hitmewithlightning:

AHHH!!!! GUYS!!!! I NEVER REALIZED THAT ZUCCHINI SQUASH WOMAN WAS SUSAN LUCCI. i mean, when i was younger, i had no freaking idea who susan was. AND NOW THAT I DECIDED TO LOOK UP THAT’S SO RAVEN, i found ERICA KANE! HELL YES!!! i always thought she was so weird with her squash. or is it zucchini? wtf? BUT NOW I’M LIKE “THAT’S MY GIRL”. anyway, bye.

jetgirl78:

 “I remember I was on the subway telling my parents that I was going to test to be Susan’s daughter and the look on their faces was ‘Yeah, right.’ It was surreal, not just because of who Susan Lucci is, but also because I knew the significance of this character. I suddenly felt I was really diving into something. I was nervous about it. I am heterosexual, but have a lot of gay friends and I felt [like], ‘I really have to take this on.’ It didn’t feel like a burden. I always felt like, ‘What an opportunity I have’—not to change the world necessarily with a TV show, but to be authentic and genuine and as human as I could. The impact it’s had on me, playing a role with a social significance, has been huge and it’s made me feel great to go to work every day and represent people who don’t feel they’re represented. And I’ll do that for the rest of my career if I can.” — Christina Bennett Lind on playing Bianca on All My Children (X)

jetgirl78:

“I remember I was on the subway telling my parents that I was going to test to be Susan’s daughter and the look on their faces was ‘Yeah, right.’ It was surreal, not just because of who Susan Lucci is, but also because I knew the significance of this character. I suddenly felt I was really diving into something. I was nervous about it. I am heterosexual, but have a lot of gay friends and I felt [like], ‘I really have to take this on.’ It didn’t feel like a burden. I always felt like, ‘What an opportunity I have’—not to change the world necessarily with a TV show, but to be authentic and genuine and as human as I could. The impact it’s had on me, playing a role with a social significance, has been huge and it’s made me feel great to go to work every day and represent people who don’t feel they’re represented. And I’ll do that for the rest of my career if I can.”
Christina Bennett Lind on playing Bianca on All My Children (X)